I believe Nature and Nurture, as they're often called, work together in forming who we are as individuals. I'd venture to guess that most people grow up with parents of a different personality type from their own, so their nurture will have had a much different flavor than their inner nature. Parents often reflect back on their childhood when raising their own children, making adjustments to how they wished they'd been raised, even when their own children are not the same type of people they are.
I would also venture to guess that the parenting tactics of each personality type will affect children of each type differently in both positive and negative ways. So what are your experiences? How do you think your parents' personalities were ideal, or not so ideal, for raising someone like yourself?
Your Parents' Personality Types:
Ways you feel they nurtured your natural personality traits:
Ways you feel they clashed with or hindered the development of your natural personality traits:
Things they did which reflect their personality that you feel helped you to grow in ways outside your natural tendancies:
Things you feel you may have taught them which reflect your personality type:
(As a bonus add your Grandparents' types and any relevant observations on how they may have raised your parents in regards to personality type. What may have been passed down to you, and what may your parents have been reacting against?)